Who is jamie bell dating
It’s even super visible in a recent Tweet from the actress.In it, she reps both NY Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers swag, while *presumably* Bell wears Giants socks.That ring is definitely something, but there still wasn’t any word on the pair’s relationship status. News, Mara’s rep has confirmed her engagement to Bell — and we’re so glad.We congratulate the talented couple, and can’t wait for more details about their nuptials!While they’ve been openly dating for a while, they’re a lot more low key than some other celebrity couples. Recently, Jamie Bell accompanied Kate Mara to the More recently, Kate Mara's been wearing a ring on ~that~ finger. After all, Mara was spotted wearing a ring on the same finger last March.Mara laughed and Bell said " However, Mara wasn’t exactly trying to hide the ring.‘It’s because she’s worried I’m not eating,’ says Bell fondly. Besides talk of occasional longings for ‘stodgy British food like mince and potatoes’, you sense little nostalgia for Billingham, where Bell spent his early years with his older sister and single mother. And it’s just impossible to make that divide feel any smaller.’ His son has just turned four.
But he played the title role in Steven Spielberg’s The Adventures of Tintin and he’s also worked with hotly tipped directors such as David Mackenzie (Hallam Foe) as well as Lars von Trier in Nymphomaniac Vol II. "I like planning in my life in general, but wedding planning, I'm just not that interested.Like, 'what kind of spoon do you want on the table?Lately, he seems to have embraced more independent films, which perhaps suit his quirky English sensibility better.When he turned up to work on his latest film, 6 Days, a tense drama that recreates the 1980 London Iranian embassy siege, he says: ‘The director [Toa Fraser] had cast these very large men around me and I couldn’t help but feel dwarfed. It felt a little overwhelming.’ The film starts with a BBC voiceover from the time, reporting that ‘the last decade has seen a renaissance in international terrorism’, as, on screen, six armed Arab men enter a Kensington property and take all 26 people within it hostage.